Nobody was Crying – an eyewitness account of a genocide

Nobody was Crying tells the personal history of widow Kada Hotić. In one uninterrupted monologue of 24 minutes, Kada tells her story: about the situation in Srebrenica during the siege, how the enclave fell into the hands of the Serbs, how she lost her son and husband, her eyewitness testimonies of atrocities and how she survived. In a calm and relax way she carefully and in every detail tells the story of one of the most horrific events of recent history.
Nobody was Crying was screened at the Amnesty International USA Film Festival and the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in New York in 2006.

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